We’re proud to share the story of this contemporary masterpiece we completed with assistance by Woodhouse Post and Beam.

In this case, the home of their dreams was a long time in the making. With thoughts of building a retirement home in scenic Colorado, the owners discovered the marvel of a timber frame home.

The Southern Yellow Pine timber frame is accented by the meticulous attention to detail paid to every aspect of the house. This home is a culmination of what it means to design beautifully, with sustainability in mind and affordably while showcasing the range of timber frame design.

At the heart of the home is a custom fireplace featuring intricate tile work and custom shelving. The windows look out over the Breckenridge Golf Course and across the valley to the Ten Mile Range. Simplicity in decoration enhances the inherent beauty of this house. The porches prove to be a peaceful place to relax and enjoy Colorado’s breathtaking views.

Trilogy Partners used the latest in building technologies and green materials including Murus SIP panels and a hybrid heating system.

The January-February issue of Mountain Living puts the deserving spotlight on a 10,000-square-foot lodge in the Mountain Star community.

Mountain Living

Mountain Living

From the art gallery entry to the minimalist kitchen, the home is an example of how to achieve the contemporary look in a warm, rustic setting. You’ll see those rooms and more in the photo gallery.

If you’re looking to incorporate contemporary details in your home, the magazine provides a strong example of this sometimes hard-to-achieve style.

965 N Ten Mile Dr. , Unit A1 Frisco, CO 80443
Phone: 970-453-2230

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